Linda Doyle

Wireless Communications, Trinity College Dublin

Linda Doyle is the Director of CONNECT/CTVR and Professor of Engineering and The Arts in Trinity College, University of Dublin.  Her expertise is in the fields of wireless communications, cognitive radio, reconfigurable networks, spectrum management and creative arts practices. She has raised over 70 million in research funding in the past decade and has published widely in her field. Prof. Doyle has a reputation as an advocate for change in spectrum management practices and has played a role in spectrum policy at the national and international level. Currently she is a member of the National Broadband Steering Committee in Ireland, and is a member of the Ofcom Spectrum Advisory Board in the UK. Prof. Doyle is on the advisory board of Wireless@KTH in Sweden. She is a Fellow of TrinityCollege Dublin. She is on the Board of the Festival of Curiosity ­ A STEM outreach activity for children based on a city-centre yearly science festival. She is a judge in the BT Young Scientist, Ireland’s premier science competition for school children. She is on the Boards of the Douglas Hyde Gallery and Pallas Studios. Prof. Doyle is a Director of Xcelerit and SRS, two CTVR/CONNECT spin-outs.

 

Website
http://ledoyle.wordpress.com/
Contact
Room 3.09
CTVR
Dunlop Oriel House,
Trinity College Dublin,
Dublin 2,
Ireland
ledoyle(at)tcd(dot)ie
+353 1 8962567

CTVR Research Focus

We bring the service and technology mindset to bear on creating evolvable, submissive and sustainable networks within CTVR. We are interested in physical layer issues and interference management in self-architecting and self-planning wireless systems (in dense small-cell networks, in sparse large networks and in distributed topologies). We are particularly focused on creating radios that are cognisant of their hardware capabilities and limitations and how we can best adapt signal processing algorithms to make best use of the hardware. Our experience in cognitive radio experimentation underpins what we do and is very much in line with the CTVR ethos of theorise, simulate and build.

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